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itchynscratchy 03-03-2011 12:41 PM

Can anyone recommend a women's binding?
 
I'm thinking about getting my gf a new pair of binding. The burton she owns is a pain if i need to tighten the bolts or to adjust. Would appreciate if anyone can recommend a good pair. We mainly do trails.

TIA

CKilger12 03-03-2011 01:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by itchynscratchy (Post 384117)
I'm thinking about getting my gf a new pair of binding. The burton she owns is a pain if i need to tighten the bolts or to adjust. Would appreciate if anyone can recommend a good pair. We mainly do trails.

TIA

My wife just got HEAD NX series bindings...they seem to pretty holding up well...she has only been out a couple times on them but no issues as of yet

mbesp 03-03-2011 02:05 PM

my gf had some burton stilettos i think. she didn't like them much so i got her some Union Milans. She likes them a lot more. Only issue is she had some really puffy boots(they have the heater elements in them) so she wouldn't mind longer latters.

itchynscratchy 03-03-2011 02:21 PM

I think my gf has the burton stilettos as well.
I really can't stand making adjustments on them and they just defy logic imo.

itchynscratchy 03-03-2011 02:22 PM

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Originally Posted by CKilger12 (Post 384142)
My wife just got HEAD NX series bindings...they seem to pretty holding up well...she has only been out a couple times on them but no issues as of yet

Thanks,i'll take a look at those.


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